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Ben Dearnley

Ben Dearnley is a sculptor based on the wild west coast of Wales.  Ben’s works are an exploration of the figure. The narrative he creates fuses techniques of the sculpture masters of the past with the best natural materials while using a contemporary approach. He draws the viewer into a personal dialogue with the sculpture…

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Beatrice Hoffman

Oxford-based sculptor Beatrice Hoffman creates stylised sculptures of heads, figures and abstract forms in bronze or bronze resin. With her sculptures Beatrice Hoffman aims to achieve a certain degree of simplicity and abstraction: ” Beauty to me is simplicity, clarity, concentration and must extend beyond decorative prettiness. Beauty is to be able to hold contradictions,…

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Anne Curry MRBS

Anne Curry is a member of the Royal Society of Sculptors. She discovered the power of sculpture as a student, while working for a doctorate in Egyptology at Oxford University. “I see in the sculpture of Ancient Egypt the perfect combination of material, line, volume and tension.” Clean lines, pared down details and inner power are…

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Angela Williams

Angela is a professional mosaic artist who co-founded a thriving and successful mosaic studio, TomatoJack Arts in Berkeley, Gloucestershire. She specialises in making mosaic artworks for public spaces, schools and communities as well as teaching mosaic at all levels through weekly classes and one-off workshops. In Angela’s own artistic practice she likes to explore the…

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Angela Holmes

Following studies at Dartington College of Arts near Totnes, and Rolle College of Education, Exmouth, in the 1970s, Angela Holmes set out in search of work and life-style that would unite her interests in art, nature and people. This led to years of working in Camphill Communities together with adults and teenagers with learning disabilities in…

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Andy Hopper FWCB

Andy Hopper is a British born Sculptor and Master Blacksmith who specialises in hot-forging & forming of high-grade bronze and stainless steel. Creating beautiful artworks which can be enjoyed in the home as a statement piece, or equally suited in a more natural environment outside. Born in 1973 in London, Andy now lives and works…

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Andy Elton

After completing a DipAD in Sculpture 1970.  Andy made his first visit to Carrara in Tuscany. During the 1970s Andy spent many months there carving the marble. Andy’s work can be found in private collections.  In Milan the Museu Pagani. In Tokyo the Art Planning Studio and Fuji Television and in Denver USA to name…

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Ama Menec

Ama Menec’s work often covers themes of loss and recovery whether species or Gods, celebrating our man made or naturally recovered populations of Buzzards and Red Kites, the loss of up to 100 species via the Badger Trophic Cascade, or the reclamation of Ancient Gods repurposed to fit our modern times. Knowing a male God…

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Alexander Devereux

Inspired by the monumental building methods of the industrial age, Alex Devereux employs the shapes and forms that were prevalent in the 19th century, mimicking an industrial style and creating a historical aesthetic within contemporary art. His new series of works titled  ‘Daedalus’ after the mythological Greek inventor and father of Icarus, challenges the concepts…

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Allan Mackenzie

After completing courses in Commercial Art and Graphic Design at the Worthing College of Art, Allan pursued a career within the Construction Industry. During that period, he maintained his artistic interests and obtained various commissions including public art which remains on permanent display. Allan’s career in construction took an unexpected turn when a client, who…